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through utah, colorado, nebraska, iowa until i got back to minnesota. that first leg took 31 days. i've met about 100 of my facebook friends. when i started i had 302 facebook friends. it's about a third of the friends i've met. it's an interesting thing,
to try to win the iowa caucuses run by the republican party. for almost a generation the iowa republican parties has been under the control of the fire and brimstone guys. the social conservatives who prioritized issues like abortion and contraception and prayer in schools and the evils of gay people. that's how guys like mike huckabee and rick santorum have done well in iowa, while candidates who can't compete on those issues like, say, rudy giuliani, get tipped up when they have to avoid iowa because they don't want to send months getting asked about what the new testament says about iuds. in 2012 after the iowa republican caucuses collapsed into chaos with romney, santorum and paul each sort of winning the iowa caucuses, which means nobody won, with a bribery scandal related to the michele bachmann campaign, embroiling the manager for mitch mcconnell's campaign. when everything went wrong for iowa republicans in 2012, it was a mess in 2012, when that happened, as soon as their role so badly, and the republican party in iowa basically collapsed. the folks who took it over after the col
resources this is a wonderful k that iowa's up group put together. i know other races across the country are redebiting that connection and it's worth all the effort and i know this raised about will continue to build more and more we're going to get to the 90 to one hundred thousand people raising shortly this year we have 40 thousand registered we're excited about and see this race in the san francisco style people low be ray's at the front to try to win one of the many different prices that are happening and people regret activist cookieness of san francisco the in favor of our neighborhoods people president to have fun raising or walking or running or jogging all the way to the waterfront. but i want to thank the iowa's up group for being the lead and touching all of us with their san francisco values and character of the race the more and more people associate with community based organizations and connect up great event the more i think they reflect what the city is about. thank you very much to all of our sponsors and all the agencies that have worked very hard to make that safe a
at iowa's offsthe iowa house of representatives and senate passed a bill legalizing cannabis oil. but that was after the house made some changes to the bill before sending it to the senate for approval. the revised bill prohibits using the oil without a registration card from the iowa department of health. patients are also limited to each time and must have a prescription from an in- but just because they can get a prescription from an iowa doctor doesn't mean the accessible. except the biggest hub of the as the trees along the coast. right now temperatures not too bad. most of those in the '50s to read and edit like ours to do it with 50s out there. it won't be that would want that we've experienced of the past couple of days if by lunchtime to war-torn. 60s close eye. if it could give you a low 80s for the warmest inland spots. if three this afternoon baton we are expected and what is temperatures of the dead. hist looks like we could see a few upper 80s. to look like everyone was the temperatures at least five degrees cooler than yesterday. such futurecast 4. predicting that
in november. then there's the iowa senate race, which as you can see on today's planner makes you feel like you're having a flashback because guess who's campaigning in iowa this morning -- mitt romney! he's not there for himself, though. he's campaigning for candidate joni ernst. i swear, this is 2014, not 2012. we'll be right back. this is mike. his long race day starts with back pain... ...and a choice. take 4 advil in a day which is 2 aleve... ...for all day relief. "start your engines" but with less energy, moodiness, and a low sex drive, i had to do something. i saw my doctor. a blood test showed it was low testosterone, not age. we talked about axiron the only underarm low t treatment that can restore t levels to normal in about two weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18 or men with prostate or breast cancer. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant, and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may occur. report these sympto
years >>> 25 years ago this month a hollywood legend was born in iowa. dean reynolds visits a farm that was the backdrop that was part of an american pastime. >> reporter: it's a quote made famous in the movie. a seven-word prophesy that came true here on this iowa farm. they built it and they still come. there may never have been a field of dreams without sue riddell. back in 1987 as a volunteer for the iowa film office, she was told to go scout scenery for some movie. so you're tooling around the back roads of iowa and you come up to this hill and -- >> we got right to the end of the hill and looked and i went, oh, my goodness, it's perfect. >> reporter: all she need was the farmer's permission. >> i said are you crazy or what? you going make a movie. and then she said, yes, we want to build a ball field. >> reporter: the farm had been in don lansing's family since 1906. you used to play catch with your father. >> yes. me and my dad used to play ball right 200 feet from where this ball field was built. >> hey, dad, you want to have catch? >> reporter: kevin costner, james earl jo
days before the primary in iowa. but this has to be by far the biggest one. >> i'm joni erns. i know how to cut pork. >> mother, soldier, conservative. >> the latest poll shows ernst at 34%, but the real opponent on tuesday may be the number 35. if the winner of that primary doesn't hit that threshold, then the race will be thrown to what will be a wild state convention. the iowa race has serious ramifications in the battle for senate control. it's been held by tom harkin who is retiring this year. this is a wide open race. the first one like it in iowa for decades. it swung hard to the gop in the 2010 midterms when terry branstad. the magic number for republicans is six nationally, that's the number of democratic seeds they need to pick up. if they pick off this iowa race, their path is going to become a lot easier. but will nominating joni make it harder? we'll take a look at this. >> joni will take aim at was wasteful spending and once she sets her sights on obamacare she's going to unload. >> that follow-up ad to the hog castration ad is the kind the tea party base eats up. it's
amendment is agreed to. for what purpose does the gentleman from iowa rise? mr. king: i have an amendment at the desk. the chair: the clerk will report the amendment. the clerk: amendment offered by mr. king of iowa. at the end of the bill before she short title insert the -- before the short title insert the foal log. none of the funds made available in this act under the heading state and local programs, may be used in contravention of section 642-a of illegal immigration reform of 1986, 8 u.s.c. 1337-a. chip pursuant to the order of the house of today the gentleman from iowa will be recognized for five minutes and a member opposed will be recognized for five minutes. the gentleman is recognized. mr. king: thank you, mr. chairman. my amendment does -- what my amendment does is prohibits any of the funds used within this portion of the bill to go to cities that have enacted what we call sanctuary cities or sanctuary political subdivisions. the sthoveks code we refer to 8 .s.c. 1373 is -- write this is way. notwithstanding any other provision of law a state or local official may not prohi
's a quote made famous in the movie, a seven- word prophecy that came true here on this iowa farm. they built it, and they still come. >> wow! i love to see people come. >> reporter: there may never have been a "field of dreams" without sue reidel. back in 1987, as a volunteer for the iowa film office, she was told to go scout scenery for some movie. so you're tooling around the back roads of iowa, and you come up to this hill and... >> we get right to the edge of the hill, and i looked, and i went, "oh, my goodness! it's perfect!" >> reporter: all she needed was the farmer's permission. >> i said, "are you crazy or what? you want to make a movie?" and she said, "yes, we want to build a ball field." >> reporter: the farm had been in don lansing's family since 1906. you used to play catch with your father. >> yes, me and my dad used to play ball 200 feet from where this ball field was built. >> dad, you want to have catch? >> reporter: kevin costner, james earl jones, and the rest of the cast spent all summer long on lansing's land. riedel got into the act, too. >> i was in charge of the last
, iowa. it's not far from the old one, but there was the matter of moving 4,000 books. while the people of stanton, iowa, have never met a problem that can't be solved by the people of stanton, iowa, they formed a human chain. they moved all the books in a little over 90 minutes. they learned a life lesson about neighbors and volunteerism. that is how it's done in stanton. >>> when we come back tonight, a young man with a big idea and how so many are following his lead. >>> finally tonight, our "making a difference" report is from new england. it's about a college student who's about a graduate and is taking away a valuable lesson and giving back. community service became his passion, as you're about to see, it has become contagious. we get his story tonight from nbc's ron mott. >> so my name is jeffrey reppucci. >> reporter: the sound of silence is not music to jeff reppucci's ears. >> today we will build seven playgrounds, create five new schoolyard basketball courts. give me a little noise here, people. >> reporter: but this is. a graduating senior at the college of the holy cross in
in oregon and pennsylvania. >> and we have this clip from the 2008 archives after hillary clinton lost iowa. >> this is a real rejection and repudiation of trying to sell people on what she is, and in fact, her top strategist said on the plane that this is a referendum on hillary clinton. >> what do the iowans think of her now? we will dig into that, and what a group of activists are saying about it later. age. so that was our first task, was getting him to wellness. without angie's list, i don't know if we could have found all the services we needed for our riley. from contractors and doctors to dog sitters and landscapers, you can find it all on angie's list. we found riley at the shelter, and found everything he needed at angie's list. join today at angieslist.com but add brand new belongings from nationwide insurance... ...and we'll replace destroyed or stolen items with brand-new versions. we take care of the heat, so you don't get burned. just another way we put members first, because we don't have shareholders. join the nation. ♪ nationwide is on your side ♪ nowchoose one option
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, cameron weiss, talking about michael sam, newly drafted by the st. louis rams. why is a distillery in iowa giving whiskey to its piglet? " takes you to the animal kingdom next. ♪ >> this is "taking stock" on bloomberg. i'm pimm fox. iowa-basedye, an piglets, has said 25 dry whiskey grains in the hopes whiskey-flavored pork. did you ever think you would be writing a story about pigs consuming the spent grain that was used to make rye whiskey? >> no, but given what is happening with the pork market and whiskey market, i should not be surprised. >> give us the details. what happened? >> ever since january, templeton rye in iowa has been feeding 25 byproduct from making templeton rye. they are feeding it to the pigs and say it will make them taste somewhat like templeton rye. >> let's understand -- this nothing alcoholic about it. it was used to make rye whiskey, so the pigs are not enjoying any of this whiskey. >> i have a feeling templeton would beg to differ, and it is a kind of expensive, higher-end rye. ?> about $40 a bottle, right >> yeah. >> i was reading something about templeton tha
thanks the gentleman. the yeah from iowa? the have an amendment to amendment. >> the clerk will report the amendment. >> amendment to the amendment in much a substitute -- >> i ask unanimous con send that read.considered as >> it is considered as read and the gentleman is recognized for five minutes on his amendment. you.ank first i want to commend the people that have worked so hard bill.s underlying the focus has been to protect the civil liberties of americans ending the bulk collection of metadata. the gentleman from wisconsin's remarks, this bill ends bulk collection across the n.s.a. i agree with that statement. i listened to the gentleman from just nows statement and he said we're poised to end domestic bulk collection across board. i'd ask the gentleman from michigan would consider an amendment to that, bulk collection across the board by because i would submit that bulk collection will continue by will the private telephone companies, and in fact for national security this managers amendment, or the amendment to the amendment, actually relies the private sector to store the da
Éstas son las principales noticias millones de personas en alerta mÁxima en missouri, iowa antes una cadena de tornados en la regiÓn. hastiados con la de violencia los habitantes de tamaulipas salen a la calle a pedir paz en el dÍa de la madre le diremos los mejores y paÍses para criar un hijo. le llevamos a conocer secretos de la longevidad con una abuela que acaba de cumplir 116 aÑos. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> este es su noticiero univisiÓn fin de semana con fÉlix de bedout. >> buenas noches, bienvenidos al noticiero univisiÓn del fin de semana. felicidades a las madres. comenzamos el noticiero con el devastador azote de tornados que han afectaba el centro de la naciÓn dejando cuantiosos aÑos materiales. uno de los monstruos ciclÓnicos creado por la combinaciÓn de aire frÍo y caliente destruyÓ 80% de un suburbio de missouri afectÓ mÁs de 300 casas. a nivel nacional se estima que mÁs de 3 millones de personas podrÍan verse afectadas por la super tormenta durante los prÓximos dÍas. lucía nos presenta el panorama de devastaciÓn. >> vea cÓmo este monstruo de tornado golpea
. an iowa poll, you're fame with it. let me tell the audience. an iowa poll, you came out on top. ahead of paul ryan and ahead of jeb bush. not by much but you're out ahead. in iowa. what's that -- what would that tell our audience, governor huckabee? >> the people in iowa are very, very smart people and should be carefully listened to. is that what i should say? >> i don't in the what you should say. just -- >> they're lovely people and that's one of the reason is love them. >> you could go further. they're wonderful people. >> they are wonderful. >> they put you ahead in the poll right there. >> there they are. >> implies your running. >> no. >> committing yet? >> . no it's too early. this will be decided next year after the mid-term elections-not right now. >> that's a practiced line. >> it has to be. >> who is on your show? >> congressman michael burgess talking about the process of the select committee. we're also going to have the sister of justine pelletier, the 15-year-old girl who has been kept in custody of the state of massachusetts for 15 months. an outrageous story, every
of the university of professors. his latest book is "no university is in iowa." -- is an island." how does that university go about screening who to choose for the commencement address? on the we do is we focus commencement speakers were going to receive an honorary degree which is rigidly that case across the country that has been speaker receives an honorary degree. the faculty senate has about 200 faculty members who are elected. they tie do consider them worthy of the speech and award a degree. in a senate meeting, we discussed the possible people. on a number of occasions, we have advised that the university not go forward with a particular person. just this year, we recommended against two people. they were not used. i'm not going to give their names. baggage a good test of whether they're likely to be a problem with other people on campus. it is a wide enough constituency that if there will be problems, the problems will be raised at that point. all i can say really is that this year there were no graduating senior responses. i think the problem of doing that is that if we're going
be a key state, and he endorseed ed jody ernst, in iowa. friday rubio heading to new hampshire we will give a big gl gal. gala. we'll see major primaries of virtually every tuesday day, at end that will give us a pretty good thing with things stand between the tea party and the establishment. you know it is getting bad when they say, maybe we can rely on our ads. it is looking tough for democrats and republicans are getting increasingly confident. lou: i infer from when you said, if we say a senator or governor or former governor involved in endorseing candidates, we can just assume they are going to run for president in 2016. that is looks to be the play? in these cases that is it they are trying to share their endorsement with candidates they think best represent the type of electorate in republican party they can court, in ron paul's case, libertarian leaning type tea partyers, and candidate in north carolina tomorrow, huckabee, who has not said whether he will run but he has been to iowa and new hampshire, he won iowa caulk us in 2008, and tpofpler gove former govern. he is endorseing
. when you think about hillary clinton, you guys are saying haven't learned anything. the voters in iowa who didn't like her much, "washington post" went to iowa and talked to those who were against hillary clinton. they say she's seasoned, capable, smart, decisive, and amazing. those are the words coming up. can you name one republican that iowa voters feel that way about? that kind of list that we can put up. one republican. >> chuabsolutely. chris christie. >> chris christie is in the ditch. >> ted cruz, marco rubio, rand paul, mike pence. john kasich. hold on. i'm giving you -- the problem is you don't like the answer. the problem -- >> i love those answers. >> we have a bench that is so deep that we've added a second row to it. the problem is that you guys don't like the fact you have one candidate. that's it. you put all your money on one candidate. and unfortunately, as her record continues to come out, it's not good. >> let me ask you about this, now. you mentioned a bunch of people, all of whom divide the party. the tea party doesn't like half the people you just talked about. t
that are likely in the iowa area, especially around des moines, it's the long lasting tornadoes. the ones that stay on the ground for an extended period of time. and they cause the most damage. we could see ef-3 or higher tornadoes develop. that means winds could be greater than 136 miles per hour. it's an area in parts of iowa where we are already going to see these storms continue to spread eastward. you can see some heavy thunderstorms developing right now. this yellow box here, that's your severe thunderstorm watch box. these will continue to move up to the north and east and redevelop later on this afternoon. from des moines right over into sali salina. that's where we're going to see our strongest threat of isolated tornadoes developing today. besides that from san angelo, texas, southwestern michigan and into indiana, we still could see strong storms that produce straight line wind damage, hail and torrential downpours. but it's right in through here, including parts of nebraska, into kansas and into iowa where we could see some of those long track tornadoes develop. that's somethi
of the biggest upcoming tests, iowa. holding its primary on june 3rd. joining me now to look at all of this, and see how strong it will get across the country, hogan, republican strategist for rick santorum's 2012 campaign, and former democratic governor of montana, brian schweitzer. governor, why does the tea party loom so large in texas? there are a lot of defeats around the country and elsewhere. but texas, they're still going strong. what do you think? >> listen, let's remember who the tea party is. they're just part of the republican party. like a family that's not comfortable in a neighborhood so they go out and buy a puppy and bring it home, and it grows up to be an attack dog and bites the kids, but they can't get rid of him, because he's part of the family. they'll work this out within the republican party. how far right they'll go? they'll probably keep shifting to the right. >> hogan, speaking of shifting to the right, dewhurst ran for the senator in 2012 but lost the nomination to ted cruz, another major player and another person trying to shift the party right. do you think pat
from iowa making an effort to say let's make it possible for negotiation to occur so that these companies that would actually encourage burden by keeping the data longer, go ahead and let them negotiate so they keep it longer so it is in private hands and not in the hands of the government under some excuse, they have got to get it before it goes away. that way, if probable cause or some other cause in the bill is stillished, then you can have the data available. it is not just wiped out, because it was beyond 18 months. so i appreciate the amendment. i urge support for it, and i would yield any remaining time to my friend from iowa. fromthink the gentleman texas for yielding, and in response to some of the remarks that i have heard, first of all, thatesponse by mr. conyers applies that my amendment is a mandate, it is not a mandate. it allows for the intelligence community to negotiate with the private sector. if those two entities reach an agreement, they have a contractual agreement, which is certainly above board, but it is not a mandate. our nationalt security, w
at a cost of over 7 million. 90% of the ads were paid for by groups outside of the state. in iowa, joanie ernst has gone from talking about cast rating pigs and her first dad to riding a harley and packing heat. watch. >> mum, farm girl and lieutenant col them carrying more than lipstick in her purse. joanie ernst will take aim at wasteful spending. shell set her sites on obamacare, joani will unload. she picked up endorsement from marco rubio, looking for iowa caucuses. >>> in the florida government race former president bill clinton will hold a fundraiser to help chris win back a seat. the republican party, trying to help rick scott is now running this ad. >> i think that if bill clinton would go and resign, and bob green would ask him to do so, we'd be better off. >> and in indiana, north carolina, and iowa, you have time to participate in the voting. polls close: . >> that is today's power politics. >>> wall street took a tumble today as insurance giant a.i.g. reported a lower profit and twitter stock plunged. the do you falling: -- dow falling:. >>> for millions of americans that bou
weather to worry about. there's a two-minute warning right now in southern iowa and a tornado watch in effect for central and eastern iowa. and a warning along highway 35 there. cnn meteorologist jennifer grey joins us now with more on this. jennifer, what do people need to pay closest attention to right now? >> unfortunately, it's really the similar areas that we saw yesterday. once again, dealing with the possibility of severe weather. and we're already seeing it. we have a severe thunderstorm warning in effect right now in southern iowa. this is in effect until 3:00 central time. cities of cedar all need to be on the lookout for this. we've got some very, very gusty winds, and damaging hail. we also have tornado warnings in effect. this is for that area, and this is heading to the north and east as well. eddieville needs to be on the lookout for this one also. these are very dangerous storms, very powerful storms. there's that two-minute warning that pop up. this is in effect until 2:45 central time. these are the same cities in that two-minute warni that tornado warning. get int
seats in iowa and california. flash forward to a pretty good year for them in '06 and democrats picked up five open seats in arkansas, colorado, massachusetts, new york and a ohio. what kind of year will 2014 be? i'm joined now by vermont governor. governor, good morning to you, sir. >> hey, it's great to you with you. >> i think that seems to be your biggest challenge where at the end of the day when we look back at '98 after the '94 gop waiver, we look at '06, the gains that a party makes usually are in open seats, knocking off incumbents is very, very difficult. >> well, yeah, but let's remember that first of all in this particular round, 2010 was the biggest election of new governors in the history of america. and bottom line is what these republican governors have done is implement, the tea party sweep across america and what the governors have done is implement the tea party policies that the folks in congress so badly wanted to implement but the senate and president obama wouldn't let him. i think what you're sees across the country in this case of these republican governors who
presidential nominee mitt romney is taking an active role in the iowa senate race. the primary in both parties is next tuesday, and romney is now on the air with this. >> i know iowa is ready to play a crucial part in this year's elections and send a leader to washington who will demand fiscal responsibility. thankfully iowa conservatives have such a leader joni ernst. >> reporter: republicans leaders believe ernst will give the republicans the best chance of winning and take control of the u.s. senate. but last night in the final g.o.p. debate ernst had an embarrassing gaffe. she was asked about one of the violent images in her campaign ad. watt the time of the shootings in california. >> would you change the ad or change it or anything. >> no, this unfortunate accident surrounding the ad. >> calling it an unfortunate accident set off a firestorm. she said she misspoke. >>> in alaska there is marvel at the campaign run by begich, long considered one of the vulnerable democratic incumbents but he's open firing at a top republican contender. dan sullivan appears to be the strongest g.o.p. candi
. there was no state to the west of where he settled his colony. there was the iowa territory. missouri was to the west but it wasn't across the more smith was, so smith had moved his people sort of this nation as far away as possible from the seat of american power. i will get to that when i resume all history in four minutes. but it was a wild and lawless area. of course, you don't think of illinois that way, but this was the far reaches of the united states. abraham lincoln fought the indians there in 1830. it was a wild pleased to another reason that i don't think we can't hide from anyone, because there is sex in it. polygamy is a big deal in this book. it was a big deal in the life of joseph smith in 1843-1844, which was essentially the years that are covered. and polygamy is much more than a proximate cause. literally was a secret doctrine at the time, something i get to sort out he came with it as it were. but it literally split the church can have, and argued cost him his life. the first statement is easily defensible because after joseph smith dies, the mormon church in fact does split in hal
's the thing they love the most. >> what about iowa? >> oh, well, i think they love me in iowa, too, diane. i've been there a lot. i think they love me there, too. >> voting states like iowa, christie will be making an appearance there in iowa and south carolina the next few months. he's already been to florida. he made a pit stop of course out in las vegas in march to court gop megan donor sheldon adelson and cozied up to the republican party's base at this year's cpac conference. it might be his fantasy to sit in the big office in the white house, but here's the reality crashing down all around him. the u.s. attorney's criminal investigation into crist tie's office is accelerating. christie's allies will be taking the witness stand in a new round of legislative hearings starting next weekend in trenton. his support has plummeted in national and local polls in new jersey. and today, some of his donors are running in exodus for jeb bush. in private conversations that are now seeping into public view, some donors are signalling to tryst christie's camp that should mr. bush enter the race, thei
ever a case -- i want to go to one that is not today. you have to look at this ad from iowa, a seat long held by this launch liberal, tom harkin. we know his record. you've got to look at this republican ad. it's joni earnst her ad against bruce bailey. just watch. >> she's not your typical candidate, conservative joni ernst, carries more than just lipstick in her purse. she will take aim at wasteful spending and once she sets her sights on obamacare, joni is going to unload. one more thing, joni doesn't miss much. >> give me a shot. i'm joni ernst and i approve this message. >> ruth, this is a very different kind of ad for a woman. we've seen the rifle toting joe manchin back in his cycle. >> girls can shoot too. >> this is iowa and sarah palin -- >> and castrate cattle, it's a whole new world of equal opportunity. >> but is this an effective ad do you think? >> we're talking about primaries and you know, in a state like iowa, it could be effective in the general election also. >> i think it's a good -- i would say i think -- it looks different, which is always your first hurdle in
. this is in iowa what you have here is officer jerry. she has pulled a woman over to the side of the road but it wasn't the woman he neededed to be careful of. see that watch it again. that tree fell on the officer in the front end of that vehicle. the officer was not on his bottom. see right there. >> you got to be kidding me. what are the odds of that. they parked in the spot where a tree falls. there were no reports of wind. i wonder whether the trafficking got a ticket. 128, i need officers to respond. >> here you can see the officer getting a happened nd up. help finally does arrive. he was hurt. according to police chief the officer is expected to be okay. notice when the police car backs up you an see the damage from the tree. that could have killed him. that could have been a fatal strike. >> a dispute in china gets out-of-control. >> find out the reason bind this biting grae ining brawl. >> and it is time for random good deeds. >> find out how you can make someone's day without having to pay. >> i do that all the time. re ene waway y toto g getet y you. re ene try philillilipsps
candidate still comes out ahead of him. >> sure, except what you should be looking at is iowa and new hampshire. ron paul was strong in new hampshire. there's a lot of organization there. that's a message that can appeal to rand paul type voters. then iowa caucuses, you know, it's about organization. it's about face-to-face interaction. this is a candidate who is incredibly good on the stump. he has been for a long timing every time, and is he refining that as he goes, and the fact that he is talking to different constituencies is a test that helps him improve as he considers running. >> well, i mean, we're talking to iowa and new hampshire. let's go to marco rubio, and let's talk about iowa for a second. very religious right. that primary is really sort of a religious conservatives to win, right marco rubio seems to be trying to cuddle up to that crowd. he has left immigration behind, and his new thing is to sort of become a climate change denier. let's take a listen to him talking to jonathan carl on friday about climate change. >> how big a threat is climate change? >> yeah, i don'
the candidates in the iowa primaries and that is the home of first in the nation caucuses so there he puts in his talks and then he heads off to new hampshire on friday which is the home of the first in the nation in primary. so we will see major primaries with every consecutive tuesday and have a good idea where things stand between the establishment and the two-party. they are worried they will take the house and the senate and it is getting bad when democrats say we can rely on said digital campaign. it is looking pretty tough. lou: and i infer the freesias senator or governor have involved with endorsing candidates we can assume they will run for president in 2016? >> they are trying to assure their endorsements with the electorate in did ron paul's case going for the teapartier ears -- the teapartier candidates but mike huckabee won the iowa caucuses in in 2008 and they tend to do better in presidential politics as a governor but now he endorses the fellow pastor. this has the level of overlap democrats said that was a huge mistake there would not go back to the well but hillary clinton. the
and built a diabetes center in iowa. so when you go to iowa, respiratory >> yeah. >> we would like you to come to the greatest research center in the country. na it is founded and what we know as mother's day .... for all of the managers in the audience. happy mother's day. it is a tough year for÷a÷gí you your own mom passed i met your mom. she is a wonderful person. >> thank you. my mom, today was her birthday. so it's one year. happy birthday, mom. >> when i think about your signature song. the one that you've done thousands of times. i think how appropriate it is right now all over the world. people are praying for the return of the 300 nigerian girls taken from their families. >> imagine the mothers today of those 300 girls. >> i cannot. so i hope we can dedicate this song and maybe we could all tie a yellow ribbon. >> neighbor world could tie yellow ribbons when they come home. >> you guys have to act like you know the words to this, okay? are you ready? ♪ i'm coming home i've done my time ♪ ♪ i've got to know what is and isn't mine ♪ ♪ if you receive my letter tellin
. tornado watch across iowa. we have been watching this band all morning long, a cluster of stormy weather. earlier this morning, we were watching for a few severe storms but now, there is a threat of a tornado within these -- within this area. we have a tornado watch that will remain in effect stretching across iowa until 7:00 p.m. local time. it's this area shaded in red we are we have the tornado around osceola. that's where you need to take shelter. >> storm is moving slowly at 30 miles per hour, heading to the northeast. this is what we are dealing with. >> batch of storms not really in the warmest of the air mass so far but we have that warm front lifting northward helping to increase the instability, area of low pressure will continue to lift off to the north and east. on the back side of it, we have the much colder air. a clash of the air masses are what we are dealing with here across much of the midwest. when we take a look at the big picture, many areas around the central u.s. have been quiet and dry throughout the day. we are getting warm southerly flow coming in. >> that's hel
himself. the st. louis native was born in 1921 and began his radio career and a cbs affiliate in iowa. in the late 1936, several of the sisters to california real work as a staff musician on network radio shows. he performed everything from country and western to big band jazz. he dropped his mexican and indian changed his name. that year he recorded stampede with rogers. it was surely the first and quite possibly last, black man passing as a turban, indian ever played on the kutcher record. his beautiful blonde wife, former disney studios airbrush artists was unstoppable and crafting the spurs,. she designed the sets, worked with technicians and costing her husband. a program with no talking and all the organ music show you would not fly to date. the rules of this indian were still up for grabs. people did not what tv was supposed to be. ktla was an independent broadcaster, which give it more flexibility and its network competitors. shows were alive, rough round the edges, and offered a dizzying variety of musical entertainment. there were cooking programs, puppet theater, and weird,
, nebraska. here's a look at the map. it is currently moving east to iowa. this is what has already happened in orik missouri this weekend during one of the most volatile systems of the season. a tornado swept through saturday leaving home after home torn apart. >> this is orik tonight. trailers were tossed, trees and telephone poles down. many of the 800 who live here are without a home. michael arnold got back just moments before the tornado struck. >> pulled up, got the kids out, down in the basement and then literally like two minutes after that, we were all down in the basement and everything started happening. >> a large tornado on the ground causing damage. >> jeff: the tornado was an ef-2 with winds up to 135 miles an hour and it was on the ground for 20 minutes. >> came out and i didn't expect to see what i saw. the babies room, there's two branches sticking in from the ceiling. >> oh my lord. i need to see them. i really need to see my babies. >> jeff: neighbors did get 15 minutes warning. so despite all the damage, no one was hurt. >> we're just all relieved that everybody is okay
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but it is complicated. trying to scituate where the book takes place. [laughter] i never used audiovisual crops in iowa on start now but indigent -- imagine in this is for montour he was born. . . kind of aggressive missionary work that continues right into the day as always been a key part of the growth for the church is growing in what will be the first of a similar event chased out of ohio. smith decides to start a bank that really was not a good idea and most of the citizens lost their money and took it out on the mormons and chased the mormons in the middle of the mississippi river all the way to missouri. some of you either know or don't know that missouri is absolutely key for joseph smith because that's where he said he came to visit america and is situated the independence missouri and was deemed to be in the independence so people were moved all the way to missouri and they are chased out again and ann said in the 1839. extermination has a different meaning from the meaning that we mean today. it means to chased out of your boundaries they have to leave le under force it doesn't mean they wer
't be drying your aunt from iowa down san francisco's crookedest street this summer if you have an aunt in iowa. >> or uncle bob from oregon or whatever for a couple of weekend. it will be off limits for four weeks starting june 21. the mtc says the summer crowds are creating a safety hazards. taxis and residents will be exempt. >>> as we get older it's harder to lose weight but it may be worth the effort. a study in the medical publication lancet found overweight and obese adults found health benefits no matter the age. cardiovascular problems like blood pressure and diabetes all declined as the pounds disappeared. the study followed more than 1200 men and women since their birth in the 1940s. >>> it is the perfect garnish and it's kind of tasty, too. the fresh grocer tony tantillo is shopping for flat leaf parsley. >> reporter: well, today's tip of the day is going to be here with the produce market -- i love walking the market and looking at what's fresh -- is this beautiful italian flat leaf parsley. i love it for garnish and great in so many different dishes. it releases beautiful oils rig
back to the iowa caucuses. josh was my iowa communications director. and even when he was in that role, you would find him spending an extra hour or two helping young staffers make phone calls or knock on doors, there was no task that was too small, no detail too unimportant for josh to attend to. at the white house, he's been a mentor to many of the young people here, who i know are thrilled for him today. he is of sound judgment and great temperament, he is honest and full of integrity, i'm sure you will at some point get frustrated with him as well. but it's going to be hard because he's a straight shooter and a great guy. so my request is that be nice to jay on his farewell tour, and be nice to josh during his initiation with i'm sure will last maybe two days. or perhaps two questions. we're going to let him hang around a little bit to milk it for all it's worth. all right? thank you, guys. >> well this is a fox news alert, big day going on at the white house today t president now back in the briefing room, saying that jay carney who's been his spokesperson for the last 3 1/2 years
of the chair, the ayes have it. the amendment is agreed to. for what purpose does the gentleman from iowa seek recognition? mr. king: i have an amendment at the desk. the chair: telethe clerk will report the amendment. the clerk: amendment offered by mr. king of iowa, page 22, line 6 after the dollar amount insert reduced by $5 million, increased by $5 million. the chair: the gentleman from iowa is recognized for five minutes. mr. king: thank you, madam chair. first i'd like to reiterate the statement made by the chairman of the judiciary committee, mr. goodlatte, and my appreciation of the service of mr. wolf of virginia and the job he's done in my years here and beyond. as a member of the judiciary committee and this congress, i appreciate frank wolf's contribution to the well being of this country and the well being of justice and compassion around the world he's nonstraited. the amendment that i offer this evening, madam chair is an amendment that calls upon the department of justice to use $5 million from the general administrative fund to investigate the discretionary enforcement decisio
or two to put it behind him. do you think a voter in iowa if you take a step back or a voter in south carolina or new hampshire is as concerned about this issue with chris christie as the media and national political analysts are? >> no, i don't think they are. i think that's an obsession of the new york media market and the washington market that seems to fixate on chris christie. one is obviously the situation in new jersey with the bridgegate and the federal investigation into the storm funding. but the other problem is within the party itself, the base. how those iowans and new hampshire identities and others view his candidacy potentially as president of the united states is really the real test for chris christie. always has been. everything else notwithstanding all the glamour and love that comes from around the country is not necessarily the vibe that is felt at the base. >> i agree. mike barnicle at the end of the day he's going to be judged by how he works, works it in new hampshire, works it in iowa, works it in south carolina. and they don't give a damn what "the new york
damage to mitt romney. iowa, new hampshire, south carolina and nevada, the primary is pushed back to february 2016. the party tries to do this until bill gardner in new hampshire steps in and threatening to penalize any other state that holds contests before march and mandating win-take-all prime is begin march 15th. and they want a convention in late june, wrapping up the entire thing early. and they want to form a new 13-member standing committee which will sanction a list of approved presidential debates. the chairman will have a lot of power on this committee. the committee will oversee all details of debates, including the timing, frequency, format and media outlet. as the rnc rule states, anything and everything. the amendment bars any candidate who participate in an unsanctioned debate from future presidential debates. according to priebus, the plan is to limit the debates from 20 in 2012 to fewer than 12 in 2016. he wrote "we need more conservatives involved in the debate process, most importantly in the moderator's chair." it's easier to make these changes when no person
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